UMR CNRS - 5234

Laboratoire de Microbiologie Fondamentale et Pathogénicité

The MFP laboratory (Microbiologie Fondamentale et Pathogénicité) is a research Unit depending on the CNRS and the Université de Bordeaux. The objective of MFP is to increase the general, scientific and basic understanding of host pathogen interactions linked to replication and disease development. The ultimate final aim is a comprehension of the consequences of molecular interactions on higher levels up to epidemiology and the development of anti-microbial approaches. MFP is currently composed of seven groups working on virology (HIV, adenovirus, hepatitis C and B, parvovirus), bacteriology (enterobacteria, etc.), parasitology (trypanosomes, leishmanies, toxoplasmes) and mycology (Candida).

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Emerging SARS-CoV-2 variants: intersection of entry routes and antiviral responses New 4-years ANR project aiming to decipher SARS-CoV-2 entry and cell response to infection. PY Lozach (U. Lyon), M. Dreux (CIRI ENS) and V. Parissi (MobilVir) teams

Back from Myology 2022 - Alexia DAMOUR

Alexia DAMOUR is back from the Myology 2022 congress in Nice where she presented her work on " Evaluation of anti-SARs-CoV-2 vaccination efficacy in patients with severe neuromuscular diseases".